It’s Spring in Spring – Let’s conserve water, save money & get rid of e-waste!


Have you downloaded the Eye on Water App available to MUD 367 residents?  This App allows you to see how much water you’re using and can even alert you to possible leaks on your property.  Almost 40% of MUD 367 residents have downloaded this free app and are taking advantage of its value.  You will need your water bill for initial set up then proceed to the App Store and download EyeOnWater.  Make sure to activate “Leak Alerts” to be contacted if there is a continuous flow of water of 1 gallon or more over a 24-hour period.

E-Cycle and Shred Event

This Saturday, April 15th Best Trash, in conjunction with MUD 367, will be conducting an E-cycle and Shred Event at the Gleannloch Farms Recreational Center from 9 to 11:30 am.

Rachio Smart Meter Sprinkler System Controller – 1 Week Sale!

Easy-to-install Rachio sprinkler system controller provides self-adjusting watering schedules that use customized yard details and the latest watering technology to determine exactly how much to water and when. It also uses predictive technology to automatically skip watering before it starts raining, saving you water and money.

Earth Day is almost here, and there are several ways to save with Rachio! Take advantage of MUD 367’s partnership with Rachio & purchase a Smart Sprinkler 8-zone controller for $79.99 (regularly priced at $89.99).  The 16-zone controller is on sale for $84.99 (regularly priced at $94.99). Start saving on your water bill, automatically!

This deal is only available April 11-18, 2023, and will be going fast, so get yours today.

To activate this special offer only available to MUD 367 residents, please see our website at:

Annual Community Shred and E-waste Day

Saturday, April 15, 2023
9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
9420 Gleannloch Forest Drive
Recreation Center Parking Lot
Sponsored by BEST TRASH and HC367 Board
Event Flyer (PDF)

This Shred and E-Waste Day event is scheduled for the residents of the Gleannloch Farms community.

A shred truck will be parked at the Recreational community center to receive up to 5 boxes per resident (18 inches by 12 inches) of paper goods.  Shredding documents is an excellent way to get rid of important papers and protect your family from identity theft.

Electronic Recycling will provide a truck and the manpower to safely remove all computer related electronics that any resident brings.

The following items will be accepted:

  • Phone systems, phones
  • Hard Drives
  • Routers, switches
  • Servers
  • PCs
  • Laptops
  • Any monitor or TV – NOTE: CRT Type TV’s/monitors will incur a fee of $25 per TV or $10 per monitor which will be accepted upfront.

The following items will NOT be accepted:

  • Light bulbs
  • Household batteries

Shredding Tips

  • Remove Metal Binders & Binder Clips before arriving (paper clips & staples are acceptable)
  • No Wet Paper
  • No Hard Drives, CD’s, Video Tapes or Film Reels

Please do not bring your paper in a plastic bag. This slows the process down as the bag must be ripped open and inspected before disposing of the paper. Please bring it loose inside a box and the box will be returned to you.

There is no need to shred your papers before dropping it off. If you prefer to watch your documents shredded, please park your car away from the truck and walk to drop off and watch. We assure you all documents received between 9-11:30 will be shredded on site.


NHCRWA Board Votes to Reduce Water Rates

Please be advised that at its January 9, 2023, Regular Board Meeting, the Board of Directors of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) voted to reduce water rates. The Board reduced surface water rates from $5.05 to $4.55 per 1,000 gallons which will go into effect February 1, 2023. This pass-through cost from NHCRWA is shown as “Regional Water Authority” on your MUD 367 water bill. Currently, MUD 367 is charged $5.05 for the surface water used and this cost will be reduced to $4.55 effective 2/1/2023.

As an example, if your usage for the billing period 2/4/23 to 3/3/23 is 12,000 gallons, the RWA fee would be reduced from $60.60 to $54.60. MUD 367 water and sewer rates will remain the same.

To read more about this reduction, please go to the NHCRWA website:

NHCRWA Board votes to reduce water rates

Trash Collection MLK and President’s Day

MUD 367 trash collection will be picked up by Best Trash as usual on Monday, January 16th (MLK Holiday) and Monday, February 20th (President’s Day). There will be NO interruption of service. Please make sure your trash cans are at the curb by 7am.

MUD 367 Notice

There will be no trash nor recycling collection on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24th.

Trash will resume collection on Monday, November 28th.

Recycling will resume collection on Thursday, December 1st.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

Fall Tips

  • Now is the time to turn off your irrigation system until March or April and manually operate if you feel it is necessary.
  • Most of the grass in our district is going dormant. Continued irrigation may cause fungal infections that won’t be noticeable until the spring or early summer.
  • Feel free to mulch but don’t water. There will be adequate rain during the fall and winter to provide moisture for plant roots.

Shred and E-Waste Event Saturday, Oct 8th

Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 383 (HCMUD 383) & Residential Recycling & Refuse of Texas (RRRT) will sponsor a full-service paper shred & e-waste event! All Gleannloch Farms residents and those within the HCMUD 383 & HCMUD 367 boundaries are invited to participate!

When: Saturday October 8th, 2022, from 10 AM – 12 PM

Where: 19828 Gleannbury Pointe Drive, Spring, Texas 77379

What to bring:

  • All paper documents with paperclips and staples removed
  • Computers, keyboards, etc.
  • Monitors, laptops
  • Car batteries
  • Telephones, cell phones

What NOT to bring:

  • Small batteries, watch batteries
  • Paint
  • Motor Oil
  • Metal

Have questions? Send an inquiry via the Contact Us page on the District website. HCMUD 383 and RRRT hope to see you there!

New Utility Billing Software

Attention MUD 367 & 383 customers

(Gleannloch Farms residents)

The Water & Sewer Operator for Harris County MUD 367 and MUD 383, Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc., will be transitioning to a new utility billing software to enhance your customer service experience effective immediately.

Residents will receive an email directly from to update your account number.  Your new account number is linked to your email, so please click on “Register Now” to update your account with your new number.

If you would prefer to speak with a customer service representative, please feel free to call 281-367-5511.